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earth imagery

Runtastic Pro for Android turns your running routines into movies courtesy of Google Earth

An update on Google.org and philanthropy @ Google

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(Cross-posted from the Google.org Blog)What do tracking flu, helping consumers monitor their home electricity use, slowing deforestation and perhaps most importantly in 2010, helping the people of Haiti have in common?While they are all part of the wide-ranging work of Google.org over the last year, they also show what our...
An update on Google.org and philanthropy @ Google

A picture of Earth through time

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Today, we're making it possible for you to go back in time and get a stunning historical perspective on the changes to the Earth’s surface over time. Working with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), NASA and TIME, we're releasing more than a quarter-century of images of Earth taken from space,...
A picture of Earth through time

Google Earth gets 3D imagery in Denver and Seattle, on both iOS and Android

thenextweb.com
It’s a big day down in Denver with Uber launching its driver-for-hire service earlier today. And now Google is gracing the so-called Mile-High city with a launch of its own, rolling out its 3D Google Earth imagery in the Colorado city, alongside Washington’s Seattle. We first reported that Google Earth...
Google Earth gets 3D imagery in Denver and Seattle, on both iOS and Android
Stunning Google Earth photos show our planet changing

The Grill: DigitalGlobe CIO Scott Hicar on the challenges and opportunities of Earth imagery

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DigitalGlobe's CIO, Scott Hicar, says Earth imagery presents the ultimate big-data problem -- but it can also solve a multitude of business problems....
The Grill: DigitalGlobe CIO Scott Hicar on the challenges and opportunities of Earth imagery

New Google & Time project shows stunning images of earth changing over 30 years

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Sept. 9 - 10, 2013San Francisco, CAEarly Bird Tickets on Sale Google and Time Magazine have partnered to create a brilliant new project called Timelapse that shows satellite imagery of earth during the course of nearly 30 years, giving us a better understanding of how our planet is transforming. “Working...
New Google & Time project shows stunning images of earth changing over 30 years
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